humble[ huhm-buhl, uhm- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMBLE
The haughtiness of others can never make us angry, if we ourselves are humble.
Will you go down, and humble that stubborn spirit of yours to your mamma?
He was no longer the fairy godmother's devoted and humble factotum.
But do you think I will rob my sister of her humble servant?
This says nothing of the quality of my work, which, humble as it may be, is simply the best I know how to do.
Not being a knowledge of the whole truth it should be humble, tolerant, and eager to expand.
He so humble, so aged, so loth to take our money—and yet a villain and a cheat.
Now, he was her humble petitioner, but this servility could be of no avail to save him from shame.
From across the Street the boy watched her with adoring, humble eyes.
He forgot that humble worship was not the way to win a high-spirited girl.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HUMBLE
- clamor against
- find fault with
- look down on
- put down
- run down
- scoff at
- sneer at
- take down a peg